T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S10+ receives One UI 3.1 update


T-Mobile is rolling out a new software update for the Samsung Galaxy S10+ in the U.S. The new update brings a few new features to the update. T-Mobile is one of the largest mobile networks in the U.S. and this update is rolling out in the U.S.

Samsung Galaxy S10+

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New Update

T-Mobile is rolling out a new firmware for the Galaxy S10+ with firmware version G975USQU5GUCG. It carries a size of around 2GB and features the March 2021 security patch. To mention, the March security patch is not the latest version and some devices are already receiving the security patch of May.

The new update brings improvements to the feature set of devices. It also brings stability improvements to the device and also fixes some of the bugs. However, the One UI 3.1 includes the video call effects that let you blur the background while in a video call on Google Duo or Zoom. The firmware update also enables the users to remove the location data from photos before sharing them online.

The update for the Galaxy S10+ on T-Mobile is now rolling out over the air in the U.S. and will reach the handsets soon. It can also be downloaded from the official website of Samsung. The users can also manually check for updates on their devices. They need to navigate to their device’s Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.

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